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National Accreditations



National Accreditation Licence: series ВВ № 000002, registration number 0002 from October 15, 2009, valid until October 15, 2014
Lomonosov Moscow State University National Accreditation is approved by the accreditation collegium of Federal Education and Science Supervision Service (Rosobrnadzor) from 08.10.2009 (minute of meeting № 7-2009/АК, Rosobrnadzor Order № 2096 от 15.10.2009)

 International Accreditations









On 19 February 2014 the EPAS Accreditation Board voted to grant EPAS Accreditation to Lomonosov Moscow State University Graduate School of Business  Administration for its programme Bachelor in Management for the next term.
The EFMD Programme Accreditation System (EPAS) was introduced in 2005 to complement our other accreditation services (EQUIS, CLIP, CEL). The EPAS Standards and Criteria particularly emphasize achievements in the area of academic rigour, practical relevance and internationalization





In 2016 MSUBS Master in International Business and Strategy was awarded with ABEST 21 international accreditation for 5 years. 

The Association “Alliance for Business Education in XXI Century” (ABEST21) was founded in 2005 to support business education worldwide on the basis of mutually beneficial cooperation among alliance members.  At the moment ABEST21 members are represented by the leading business school from 18 countries, including the USA, Japan, Germany, Austria, China, and many others. ABEST21 accreditation is recognised at the national level in Japan, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, and some other countries.







CIMA is the world’s largest and leading professional body of management accountants. It has 183,000 members and students in 168 countries.
CIMA's accreditation scheme gives recognition to products that help CIMA members in their professional development.
Accredited products include training courses, qualifications, conferences, relevant literature and e-learning packages.
The scheme is relevant to any geographic market that might capitalise on CIMA's 70,000 international member database.
The scheme accredits specific products and services, not an organisation.